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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, June 18, 1959, Image 15

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Mrs, Charles Rhode Elected Head of River Avenue PTA The River Avenue Schoo l Parent-Teacher association Installation program was held June 4 in the cafeteria , which was attractively decorated with assorted Spiing flowers , and artisticall y arranged by Mrs. John Murphy, decorating chairman. The room was filled to capacity with members and guest Mrs. Norman Bang-el , outgoing president , opened the meeting by leading the gathering in the Lord' s Prayer , the Flag salute , and the Star Spangled Banner. After a short business meeting, Mrs. Ban- gel gave her address as outgoing president , and also a resume of the activities of the past year. Outgoing officers introduced b y- Mrs. Bangel were : Mrs. John Harder , recording secretary ; Mrs. David McKendrick , second vice president; Mrs. Norman Lechtreck- er , board member; and Mrs. George Lechtrecker , correspond- ing secretary. The slate of incom- ing officers includes: Mrs. Charles Rhode , president ; Mr. and Mrs . John Tabone , first vice president; Mrs. Charles Hubner , second vice president; Mrs. Josep h Weeks , third vice president and parlia- mentarian; Mrs. Charles DiTosti , treasurer; Mrs. George Schordine recording secretary ; and Mrs. Ernest Perry, corresponding sec- retary. , Mrs. Bangel introduced Mrs. Joseph Libin , who formally in- stalled the above members as of- ficers in the River Avenue School PTA. Mrs . Bangel turned the meeting over to the new president , Mrs. Rhode , who made the folowing presentations: To Mrs. Henry llaab , who once served two years as PTA president at River Avenue and who is still actively engaged in PTA work at the junior and senior high schools , went the Jen- kins memorial , a life membershi p in the PTA. Mrs. Norman Bange l , outgoing president , and Mrs. Nor- man Lechtrecker , also a former president, and a very active work- er , each received a gavel with a bi onze band inscribed with their name , and the years they served as president. Robert Hildreth. princi pal , received from the Curtis Photo Studio , a beautiful leathei album , containing p ictures of all the classrooms , teachers , and school activities. Following this , Mr. Cook , lectur- er for the New York Telephone Company, showed and commented on the film , \The Long Island Story. '' Refreshments served to the guset.s and members, consisted of fancy assorted sandwiches , straw- berry short cake , and coffee. Guests present were: Dr. and Mrs. Alden T. Stuart , Eugene Ivrakauer , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zanazzi , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rein John Chester , Mrs. Clive Reed , Mr. and Mrs. John Hy lan , Mrs. losep h Libin , Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Mauer , Mrs. John Barrie. Walter Maresco , Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Behme , M.ss Ann Soucek Miss Violet Van Horn , Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Drake and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haab. Xew committee chairmen foi the coming year are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. John Tabone , pro- gram; Mrs. Charles Hubner , mem- bershi p; Mrs. Dora Lionheart , re- freshments; Mrs. Ray B o 1 d t , legislative; Mrs. Josep h Weeks parliamentarian; Mrs. . Norman Bangel , historian; Mrs. Rocco Mot- tola and Mrs. Pats y Mottola , pictures ; Mrs. John Murp hy, dec- oration; Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Doxtader , book fair; Mrs. Ted Giuffrida , covered dish supper; Mrs. Ted Schroeder , comp laints ; Mrs. James Doug herty, T-shirt sale; Mrs. Gaetano Russo and Mrs . Manny White , hearts and flowers; Mrs. George Lechtrecker publicity . WA N T ADV A NCE PHOTOS ? Any p icture labelled \Advance Photo\ (no others), published in this newspaper is avail- able to you in a g lossy print. TO SECURE PRINTS 1. Cli p out the picture, 2. Address your envelope to: Picture Editor , The Patchogue Advance P. O. Drawer 780 Patchogue , Lonjr Island (Be sure your name and return address is on the ENVEL OPE). 3. Also enclose your name , address . phone number and $1.50 for a 5 x 7; $2 for an 8 x 10. Oil for the prints when notified or add 25 cents for mail- ing charges. EXPERT SPOTTER ON PREMISES __ ? We 'll restore I £^\ .1. jvf A>. JT them to fresh , yy & i£. Ii /|N/]\ Prompt serv- ^M^j tl ^ i^ ^ ice always. \S8R M2 -- 7^ _ ___ JOI ^j ^| Our expert cleaning costs you no more DRIVE IN AT HIGHW A Y CLE A NERS West Main Street , cor. of Prospect Avenue PATCHOGUE , N. Y. ALL OUR WORK DONE ON PREMISES River Avenue Pup ils Present Music Afternoon The students of River Avenue school , under the direction of Miss Louise Levingston , presented a program June 10 entitled \An Afternoon With Music. \ Following the opening exercises the program was as follows: \Goldilocks and the Three Bears , ' —a one act operetta; cast , Goldi- locks , Peggy Williams; fathei bear , Peter Sottile; mother bear , Kathenne Van Doran; baby bear John Sicilia; chorus , Grade 1-2. Mrs. Rose Hollweg was at the piano. String duet , \Down in the Valley, \ p layed by Robert Bolen- der and Barbara Hazard. Square dancing, Grade 2-4 , \Going tc Boston \ and \48 Swing, \ with Mrs. Elsie Buchheit at the p iano Rhythm band selections , Grad e 3-15 , \Allegretto \ and \March from \Aida. \ Piano selections , \Chop Suey Galop \ and \London Bridge \ b y John Harder and Ka thy Harder. The R. A. S. sang four selections with Miss Levingston as director and Mrs. Ruth Toscano at the piano. After the program Robert Ilil- dfeth , princi pal of the River Ave- nue school , presented the new members of R. A. S. and the sixth grade students in the hand and the orchestra their p ins in recog- nition of their accomplishments. A large group of parents and friends as well as the student body attended the assembly. Cyril . ' Cerro announced the entire pro- gram. Riverhead Man Dies Of Burns Suffered In Slum Home Blaze RIVERHEAD — A 3!)-year-old laborer, pulled from the burning wreckage of his slum home in Riverhead' s \Bottoms , \ died at Central Suffolk hospital Sunday night , just a lew minutes after he was rescued. The fire broke out in the 8 by 10 home of Herman Howard in the \Bottoms , \ at about 7: J 5 p. m. Sunday. Riverhead vamps , sum- moned to the scene , foug ht the flames , and then pulled Mr. How- ard from the gutted building. He was rushed to the hospital where he died at 8:20 p. m. Investi gating police said his body was covered with severe burns. Police and firemen theorized a two-burner kerosene stove used to heat the tiny shanty may have caused the fire. Mr. Howard was found on the floor near the door of the building, and police believe he tried to douse the flames and collapsed from lack of air. Mr. Howard' s death was the tenth Riverhead slum fire death since the first of the year. The others were caused b y defective kerosene space heaters , to be out- lawed after July 1. When you want good printing in correct style and pleasing ap- pearance , call the Advance , Ask lor Mrs. Gillam, (JR 5-1000. —Adv. St. Mark' s , Ridge , to Install Pastor , Dedicate 81da. Sunday RIDGE — St. Mark' s Evangelical Lutheran church of Ridge wi ll dedicate its church and install its first full-time pastor , the Rev . Harold A. Drum , at 3:30 p. m. Sunday. The church was found.-d in 1H50 in the Ridge firehouse under the direction of Pastor Leopold Caban , and in late DiOO Pastor George owartziager took over the Helm until August 1957. Since that time it has been served b y Intern Hil- bert Piel for one year and Intern R. Nebo Johnson for the past year . The building was erected in HI52 , but never dedicated. Now , due to recent road construction for the William Floyd parkway, the church had to be moved and with the moving of the building the basement was enlarged. The build- ing chairman , Fred Korte. with his committee , Homer Dismorc . Franz Nicolay, Alfred Schoch. and Pastor Johnson , devised a set of p lans and specifications which were ap- proved by the eongregatiuH ami sent out for bids. The contract was awarded by the congregation to Frederick K. Blum of Ridge. In its early years , the growth of the congregation was slow , and during the past year under the leadershi p of its president , Ernest Ashficld , and the guidance of Pas- tor Johnson , it has grown in siz;' and stature to th e point where it. has now called its lirst full time ordained pastor. Members of the council who signed the lirst call with the presi- dent arc: Grace Peter son, vice president; Dorothy Ashficld . secre- tary: Ingrid Grimaldi. envelope secretary. George Balas , treasur- er; and deacons. Fred Blum . Fred Rrodmnn , Alfred Schoch , Herbert Wagner. The Rev. Mr. Drum, of Zion Lutheran church , (\ .mover. N. C. is a graduate of the Evangelical Lutheran Theological seminal y. Capital university. Columbus , (I. The services will he conducte d by the Rev . Lammert Redelfs of Our Savior , Patchogue; the Rev. P. F. C . Schnizler of St. Prod' . - - . Port Jefferson ; (be Rev . Arinin It. Heidmann of Trinity, Rocky Point ; and Intern R. Nebo Johnson , pas- tor of St. Mark' s in Ridge. CFM Meeting Held; To Attend Hol y Hour A Christian Family Movement (CFM ) meeting was ' held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palace of Patchogue . June 3. The top ics for discussion were , \ .Man Can Share Christ' s Suifer- ing, \ and \Mass Is the Great Act. of Love. \ The actions decided upon b y the group were: The group will attend Hol y Hour in honor of the Sacred * Heart of Jesus , and each couple will send a cooked dinner to the famil y of a recently ill member of the group. There was a regional niceuig of the CFM at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gasper R. Perry last night. Lead couples from Riverhead , Brentwood , Patchogue and Syus- sel attended. The ne .\t meeting for the first Patchogue group will be held at the home of Mr. and .Mrs . Edward Hughes , Jr., of Patchogue July 2- Topics of discussion will lie; \The Ultimate L' nily-One Fold , One Shep herd , \ and \The Mass js Something Done Together. \ Stony Brook Vamps Are 50 Years Old STONY BROOK ¦-- The St ony Brook Fire department ' s Ml years of service to this eniiiinimil . v will be marked Saluiday with a band concert , parade and the opening of the Sull' olk museum ' s lirehouse exhibit. The band conceit, will be held on the village green at . 'I p.in. A parade , with about HI volunteer fin; departments participating, will begin at Christian avenue at about o ' p.m. and will end at the down- town shopping center. The paiudo will honor the department ' s seven charter members. The Suffolk museum building at one time served as this commu- nity ' s firehouse. Long Islanders contributed the old firc-li ghtmg equipment now being exhibited at the Fire House museum. Happy-go-luck y is a fine slogan but when it comes to choosing your wedding invitations you want to add just that touch of .surenesfl yon find rn the printing department of The Patchogue Adv ance. —Adv. Rev . Harold A. Drum PHS Band Concert Set June 28 in Park Under the auspices of the Patchogue Chamber of Com- merce in co-operation with the Village Recreation depart- ment , the Patchogue High School band will give a con- cert at the Village Shore Front park from 7 to 8 p. m. June 2S. This is the first of a series of concerts that the chamber hopes to arrange with dif- ferent participating bands during the season. There will lie some seating space pro- vided , but it Will be hel pful if concert-goers bring their own folding chairs. This concert was made pos- sible through the co-operation of Dr. Alden T. Stuart , super- intendent of schools , and Eugene .1. Romeo , director of music. Joel N . Sands is the director of the band. Harry T. Weeks , executive vice pi evi- dent, of the chamber , points out that an invitation is ex- tended not. onl y to Palch- oguers . but to peop le from all surrounding villages. Pastor Continues Korean Orp han Adoption Drive SELDEN Two Sulfolk Pres- byterian churches and their pastel are continuing a campaign tc raise enough money to assist tw< lam,lies in their parishes adopt Korean-A mericau orphans. The Rev. Norman W. .Minard , pastor of the Seidell Conimunilj I Presb yterian) church and the (' enieivach Community church { Presb yterian), opened the cam- pai gn .May LM with a sermon en- titled , \Seed From the East , \ pleached in both churches. In the sermon the minister outlined the circumstances by which he and hi: wife had been led to adopt a Korean-American orphan them- selves this past winter. Their new son , John Under- wood Minard. born November 2d , lPo -8 , in Seoul , Korea , first met his new parents in March when he with 111 other adopted children , Hew in a Fl ying Tiger Line chartered plane from Korea to Portland , Ore . The Holt Adoption program handled all the pro- cedures. .j olm has a new brother , Jimmy i.j months older than he is . and a sister , Margaret Ann , horn three weeks after he landed in his new homeland. There are hundreds more chil- dren like John still in Korea lacing poverty, prejudice , mal- nutrition , disease and death , th. Rev. Mr. Minard said. The Foreign Orp hans Adoption law permits American parents to adopt alien orphans . ( o u 11 t I e .1 s American fain,lies have opened their homes and hearts lo these waifs . . The pieseut law exp ires .lone . 'ill , but iis extension is being considered bv Congress , now , the pastor de- clared. \The rospoiw lo our campaign li. 'i.. been gratifying, \ staled th< pa . -tor. \Almo. -l SdlMl of the goal has Keen assured. Other cash and . becks are - being received daily, \ Tin' pu blicity given to the cam- paign ha. - encouraged 10 families to . -eek the Presb yter , an minist er ' :- ro'm. -el and assi - tance in aij ang. ' - ing for other international adop- tion. - , lie has advised each such inquiry of the nece - . - 'ily for ; I ' Inistiaii home , and r eferred the mailers to adopl ion agencies, Seldenite Among 41 Women to Receive Medical Degrees Dr. Margaret Elizabeth Mones Suinma , daughter of Mr. and Mis . Jolm Mones , of (!3il Ridgewood avenue , Selden , received the de- gree of doctor of medicine at the Dr. Margaret Summa 107th Commencement exercises of The Woman ' s Medical college College of Pennsylvania in Phila- delphia , last Tuesday. A graduate of University col- lege , St.. John ' s: university, and a l!l. r )2 graduate of Port JellVrsoii High school . Dr. Siimiiia was one of 11 women who i eeeived their medical degree:, from Dr. Mai ion Fay, president of the college. Mar- garet I 'ha- .e Smith , United Slates .Senator fiom Main . ' , d. 'hv r. d the mam addle: . Dr. Suinma v, ill in tern , -it M' a dowbrook In, . -p ita!. H emp I'-ad. She v. a - IN . - I I i i'- ,| Sat unlay to I >r A. Fiancis Summa , who received all M. S. degree slid Ph . II III pharmaceutical ch .- ni i 11 ;. i ' n.i.i the Cnivoi-il y of < ' onin-ct i. -ul . They will return fnnn a v. ed'hng trip about Jul;. ' I. Bring in your engagement JIII - Sociely Section , and al the same nounccd for public ilion in the I line ask to sec our new styles of » edding imitations or aiinouitrc- inenls , moderatel y priced, quick delivery. The Patchogue Advanc e mrmnrmnrirmnr rrTV»nrrw»wTnmr»»»T*¥y»ywirrwiryv»ir»lr» rrwvvvrwvwr rvv9WTrvwwrirwwwvwwwvwwrvwvvwrvwy wwvwwwwwr , I FRESH FISH DINNERS TO GO j F r o m 7 5 c : LARGE SELECTION OF LOCAL FRESH FISH , LOBSTERS , CLAMS I I AND FRESH SHRIMP i SOUTH BAY FISH MARKET j 50 South Ocean Avenue FREE DELIVERY GRover 5-1595 | Mrs. P. M. Skidmore Retiring From Patchoque School Dist F Anil TV PIPT' s Mrs - ,, erc >\ Monroe Skidmore , left , r/\V _ULi l I V jIF I U and/ Miss Augusta Keith are pre- sented with gifts in behalf of faculty of Patchogue Junior High school by F. Alton Crippen , principal. Both teachers arc leaving school system this year . Mrs. Percy Monroe ' Skidmore is retiring this month from the Patchogue School system after more than 20 years of service. She was honored and presented with a gift at the end-of-year faculty dinner held last Tluu sday night, at Land' s End in Sayville. Also honored and presented with a gift at the dinner was Miss Augusta Keitn , iseventli grade teacher for the past six years , who is resi gning. Mrs . Skidmore attended Swarth- moro college and holds a perma- nent life certificate for teaching. Previous to teaching in Patchogue Mrs . Skidmore taught, for three years at West Orange , and for four and a half yea rs at Center Moriches. She was a substitute in the Patchogue system for 12 years in all grades , k-12. Her very first substituting job was in the same building from which she is now retiring. Mrs. Skidmore has taught full time in the junior-senior high school for the past 1 1 years. She is grandmother to three, and these three children figure somewhat in her retirement p lans , which are: \To see a little bit of I he coun- try \ and lo continue to make her home in Patchogue where she has lived since 1P2. 'I. Her activities include: Pre sident of tlie Hay Avenue .School Parent- Teacher association for three years , president ol the Senior High school PTA for tw o years past. president of Patchogue Central .ouiicl , PTA, director of the Eastern Suffolk County PTA for tin ci 1 vein' s , and she served on. the Long ' island District board of PTA for 10 years , A life member- shi p in the National Council of Parents and Teachers was g iven to her some years ago . and she received the second of such awards at the Muv meeting of the Junioi H igh School PTA. Mrs. Skidmore was the recipi ent of the service pin of the Xew York State Teachers association al a ceremony ill honor of r etiring ' educators at a recent meeting ol Ihe Patchogue Cla ¦:¦ room Teach- ers association . She was a build ing representative and the cor- responding secretary of tlie I'CTA In the juni oi high . -ehool she was an advisor to the first cla. -s that , graduated , and wa s . - poii-oc of the Tourist club for several years. She was a member and president , of the Patchogue Wo- men ' s Study club , a now de funct , research group, and during I In war was a home service worker for the Red Cru-s. .M rs. Sknlmori is a member of the Congregational church of Patchogue. Speaking of BUSINESS CASH DIVIDEND- The Tinker National Rank of East Setauket has announced that the board of directors has declared a ea-h div- idend of SI.all per share on 10, - 00(1 shares outstanding, payable duly 1 to holders of record June 112. A year ag\ , a divid end of $1.0(1 per shaie was paid on 0,000 .shares then outstanding. ISLAND NEWS BRIEF ItAHVI.ON — For th on,I time within a month , Rnh yl.ui votei s turned down I heir el I district hinh. 'ol la -t week. Theie were Hill votes against lie- budg. t and Pi. 'l ballot , |„ (a- ,0. 'I he pro posed budget call- , for an . . ' s .U '' . tax rate . , — FO R \POP\ SPECIAL ! GILLETTE RAZOR 8\.9S MEN'S TOILETRIES Gift Sets by SI IULTON LENTMERIC YARDLEY KING'S MEN REVLON AUTOMATIC LIGHTERS All St y les from $1.00 PRINCE MATCMABELL I WILLIAMS SPORTSMAN MENNEN TIMEX WATCHES $6.95 and up 1-OUGF.R1-: ROYAL MAX FACTOR LANVIN CHANEL ..... •— McBRIDE'S PHARMACY GRover 5-0246 MAIN ST. and OCEAN AVE. PATC II OIilE MEW PPEYV Fr ed E. Lewis . Jr., left , 1ML VV r iVILA I of West Brookhaven Re- publican club , Centereach , receives his gavel of office from installing officer . Sheriff Charles Dominy, Brookhaven Town Republican leader , as Thomas A. Romeo, outgoing president, looks on . Installation was held June 10 at Centereach Bowling Alley meeting room. —Rudy Baumann Photo The first of a - - erics of pup il recitals v;ni given b y th \ faculty of the Slailt ' i ' el' Mu- 'ic School at _ <>S .Medford .avenue . June P. A neai - can.!, it \- audience :ic- claiincd the student performers for th eir work and appi' eciali in was extendi- i t. , ihe members of the fa -ulty, .lobti Muller of Fast Patchogue , .lack Mohan of 1'ai- choguc and Kurt. Franke of Uoii- konkoma. Following are the student: who took part in this event: Guitar soloists were Phil l.igoini, Paul Mancus.o , Danny I lusher , Tommy Lewandowski , Tom Dooley, Mill Reich and Barbara Bciscoe , guitar and vocal. Accordion soloist s were J. inda Watt. - . Unbel t lie Matlio , dolll Davison. .1. niinv Parrel , Bobby Lewis , Barba ra ' Rei. -hoM , Betty Barth , Allen Croon field and the Chiarine sisters , p iano and ac- cordion duet. Piano soloists wei e Cherry Dani and Vorna Kos' .or. Trumpet soloist was Pat dacohi . George Stauffe r . .Jr., was the inastcr-of-coreiiwnies. First Recital Given B y Stauffer Music Students June 9 William A. Kozina . administra- toi of Brookhaven Memorial hos- pital , ha- - been elected chairman of the advisory hoard of the Nas- . -au-Sull' oll- ; H ospital inuncil . The council i a non-profi t mem- bershi p organization of voluntary hosp itals in the two counties . Ad- luini. -t ratoi . - ¦ ol ' tin ' member hos- pitals eoinpri e ihe advisory board which ineeis monthl y to study hosp ital pi obleio- . cnmh.ot s HI - vey- . and plan and e- .ecii le .-•uii- init lee win !. I ' m 11, ¦ rti! 1 1: ' ¦ 111.-111 ;i- t ion of tin- j.. mill d |.ioe i :ua. The ;,d' , i ll ) v boai ll h akes I i-e- uinmeniki ' in n. - I.:. I'd on il w oi l. for action bv lb \ \' a - a ii- . - ' nil ' -iii; Hosp ital coin ,, il . pi , in. ' lit ,,| the council i- .lame V, ' . i ' ., rponlor and Mis . Ruth I- . .McLean is ex- ecutive . -eel clary. BMH' s Kozma Elected To Hosp ital Unit Board BECK P O INT -- 'I he Suffolk County chapter ol' tie American Cancer society p. a- arranged for a film , \Time and T .v o Women , \ to be -hovii ' 11 J i- i.g an open meet- ing of th e P, ' ,t . chog-l:e Women ' s Republ i can cadi at Republi can head quar t er on Atlartic .avenue here at *:- ' !') p. in. ig' - .t Thurs- day. Dr. .la\ol liraatizi. e will he guest :-pea be i' and an. - 'jrer ques- t ions reln!i\ c to tin- film , .M rs, . Lu cille I J ,, I,. - ., II , pre- idi ' ii 1 of Ihe elll b, Urges ' e vi-i ; , - ' , i uiia 11 living in the aiea to attend this film fallowing. Cancer Film June 25 At GOP Headquarters 'Cinerama ' on Way To Syosset Theatre SYOSSET A n ow home 1. . being readied lor ( 'iin-i aiiia here a , - :s:;.j, 0l)U worth of construction goes into tlie Syosset Theatre oil Jericho turnpik e , This marks the first insta llation outside a major city of the elabo- rate equipment , needed to produce the unique , \ you are there \ feature of the revolutionary motion picture process, The process which has been seen the world over by U ' i , 0H0 , (ll)ll peo- ple will be available to viewers on the Island starting : June 2Fi when \Tib - , Is ' .ncramu \ opens as a benefit , pr emiere . sponsored b y tli e St. Mary ' - ' Boys ' Home Foundation of Syo - -el . There i- much of Long Island in Cinerama , which was, developed in a laboratory on an indoor tennis court at Oyster P.ay. The | ' ii , - .t sensation expel iein ed when the giant screen upeu lo it - full -iz' i. thai of the fainoii - roller ioa -tor l ide al Uo.-I.awa ¦ , ' . -; Play lnnd. The Long island rhoral so,- ,e l- . - al o appears in this initial rni c rninn production — the first sequence filmed in the medium. VFW Dance Sat To Aid Arizona Memorial Fun d Members of .layne-l.attin Post 2' .WA , Veterans of Foreign Wars of Patchogue , have programmed a dance for Saturday in memory of sailors and marines who lost, their lives aboard the CSS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, accord.ng ti Senior Vice Commander Thomas Feeney. Mr. Feeney said the proceeds of this affair will be donated in the names of Kenneth Javne . who lost his life aboard the USS Oklahoma and Blocker Lattin , who gave his life aboard the USS Arizona, and forwarded to the Pacific War Me- morial commission towards con- struction of n USS Arizona me- mor.al which will he placed ovei the shi p at Pearl Harbor. The public is invited lo partici pate , Mr. Feeney said, either by their presence at this dance or b> sending in their personal dona- tions. Personal donations may b< made by check or money order payable to the USS Arizona me morial and mailed to the Jayne- Lattm Post 2ulo , VFW , 32 Ed- wards street , Patchogue. Tickets include dancing and buf- fet. Reservations may be made by calling GR 5-1080 or EM 3-C492. Local Adventists 'New ' Sanctuary Opens Saturday The Patctiogue Seventh-day Ad- ventist churc h is undergoing a face lifting. Adventists bought the old Bap- tist church at 1S1 North Ocean avenue , Patchogue , about a year and a half ago , and they have re- moved the tin walls and ceiling in the sanctuary and replaced then with mahogany p lywood p lanking, bought new pews , rugs, painted windows and rep laced the old lights with new fixtures made by •lohn Warburg. All of the work has been done by the members, ex- cept the building of the pews. Mr. Warburg also built the pulpit desk and communion table. The Cora m Rug Company is installing new carpeting. , -\ new floor was also laid. The pastor ' s stud y has been refinished and a large p icture window installed. This is the first phase of a complete renovation which will in- clude the whole building. Pastor (' ,. 10. Jones , president of the Greater New York con- ference of Seventh-day Adventists will be the first guest, speaker Saturday morning in the \ new \ sanctuary. The pastor , E. E. ( ' umbo , will offer the morning prayer, and Stanton Hyre of the South Shore Musical Company Lindenhurst , will be the guest organist. He is bringing a Haldwii organ for this first open house service . , Sabbath school begins at 11 a. in. and the first church service in tin new sanctuary will begin at . 10:1a.

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